• Subject: Re: TCP/IP and NAMED Devices
  • From: Pete Hall <peteh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Dec 1997 22:08:54 -0600

Kirk,

I may have missed it, but last I heard, named devices was only "promised
for a future release", possibly V4R2. As it is, you'll most likely need
to crank up anynet. At least that's what we had to do.

Pete

Goins, Kirk : CO IR wrote:
> 
> Does V3R2 TCP/IP support named devices? In many of our applications required
> that we route data to a specific device by name. That name is setup in a
> table(s). So getting a new device(qpadevxxxx) etc everytime you won't work.
> Can we do this with 3.2? or is it only on the RISC versions?
> 
> Kirk Goins - Systems Administrator
> Legacy Health Systems
> Portland, Or
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